Embark on an extraordinary adventure to Zimbabwe, where the captivating landscapes of Mana Pools National Park await, offering unparalleled wildlife encounters and the opportunity to explore the untamed beauty of the Zambezi River.


UNESCO world heritage sites


Largest man-made lake by volume


official languages

Tours available

1 tour available



Best Time

May – October

Official Langauges

English, Shona, Kalanga, Ndebele+


UNESCO world heritage sites


Largest man-made lake by volume


official languages

About Zimbabwe

Discover the captivating charm of Zimbabwe, a mesmerizing destination that invites you to explore its rich cultural heritage, magnificent wildlife, and breathtaking natural wonders, leaving you with unforgettable memories of an African paradise.


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Why this destination is perfect for you

Discover a selection of reasons why this destination is the perfect match for you. Embark on an adventure that promises to fulfil your wanderlust and create cherished memories, as this destination caters to your unique desires and ensures an unforgettable travel experience.


Tours at this destination

Starting from

$11,990.00 pps

4 spaces available



Explore our comprehensive FAQ section where we provide informative answers to address all your questions and curiosities.

Yes, Zimbabwe is generally a safe country to visit. However, it is always recommended to take common travel precautions, be aware of your surroundings, and follow any local safety guidelines or advisories.

The best time to visit Zimbabwe is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. This period offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, pleasant weather, and optimal conditions for outdoor activities.

The official currency of Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean dollar (ZWL). However, US dollars are widely accepted, and it is recommended to carry small denominations of US dollars for convenience.

Zimbabwe boasts several incredible attractions, including the majestic Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park with its abundant wildlife, Mana Pools National Park known for its riverine beauty, the ancient ruins of Great Zimbabwe, and the scenic Eastern Highlands.

Yes, Victoria Falls is one of Zimbabwe’s most iconic attractions, and it is easily accessible from the town of Victoria Falls. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views, adventure activities, and scenic walks around the falls.

Yes, Zimbabwe offers a range of luxury safari lodges and camps, particularly in renowned national parks such as Hwange, Mana Pools, and Gonarezhou. These accommodations provide exceptional comfort, exclusive experiences, and personalized service.

Zimbabwean cuisine reflects a blend of traditional flavours and influences from neighbouring countries. Staple dishes include sadza (a cornmeal-based porridge), nyama choma (grilled meat), and various vegetable-based dishes. Visitors can enjoy a taste of local cuisine at restaurants and markets.

The best time to visit Mana Pools for wildlife sightings is during the dry season, from April to October, when animals congregate around the Zambezi River and water sources.

Yes, there is a risk of malaria in Mana Pools. It is important to take anti-malarial medication, wear protective clothing, and use mosquito repellent to minimize the risk of mosquito bites.

Yes, Mana Pools is known for its exceptional walking safaris, allowing visitors to explore the park on foot and have close encounters with wildlife under the guidance of experienced guides.

Mana Pools is renowned for its diverse wildlife, including elephants, lions, buffalos, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, and a wide variety of bird species, making it a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers.

Generally, there are no specific restrictions on photography in Mana Pools. However, it is recommended to respect wildlife and follow ethical guidelines while photographing to ensure the well-being of animals and their natural behaviour.


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